Danjam Orchestra Plays Manhattan School of Music on Sunday March 28th!
I just finished sending the music out to the band for our upcoming performance on March 28th at Manhattan School of Music. This concert is free and will be held in Studio 610. We will be performing a combination of standards and originals all arranged by yours truly. Also we will be giving away some exciting prizes so be sure not to miss it!
I am very excited to welcome some new faces to the band for this performance including Matt Holman on trumpet, John Raymond on trumpet, Phil Dizack on trumpet, Jarrett Cherner on piano and Jerad Lippi on drums.
A special thank you to Ben Dietschi who took care of all administration for this past tour. Ben is a
A special thank you to Ben Dietschi who took care of all administration for this past tour. Ben is also a fantastic tenor player. Be sure to check out his music here: www.bendietschi.com
Also thank you to Al Kay who took a number of wonderful photos of the band! Be sure you visit Al’s site: www.alkayphotos.com
I must add that I was absolutely thrilled with the band’s performance last week in Toronto. Th
I must add that I was absolutely thrilled with the band’s performance last week in Toronto. The band completely exceeded my expectations. It was such a treat to hear new soloists’ fresh take on the music. YouTube clips will be coming soon!
I have been struggling to find the best way to update you on interesting news without sending too ma
I have been struggling to find the best way to update you on interesting news without sending too many e-mails. I am excited to announce the Danjam Orchestra’s new blog. It is my hope that this will be the best way to keep you up to date with exciting information pertaining to the band. There isn’t all that much posted yet but I will be updating it with videos from our last concert very soon!
Getting ready for Danjam Orch rehearsal. We will attempt a Facebook live broadcast somewhere from ~11:30am- 3pm. Stay tuned!
I am now officially a permanent resident of the United States! My sincere appreciation to those who supported me throughout this process.
- From a radical reinvention of ‘Alone Together’ to the lushly orchestrated ‘Calming’ and the burning ‘Chance Encounter’, Liebman protege Daniel Jamieson shows great promise as an arranger-composer-bandleader on his ambitious debut. Jazz Times